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UC Tuition Series Part Two: AFAC • "Thinking Man's Comic" Brings Biting Wit to Campus • Director of Physical Facilities Retires after 26 Years of Service • Crossing Woes • Long-term Campus Development Plans • Environmentalist Speaks on Climate Change • Program Spotlight: America Reads • Jordanian Visitor Discusses Education • New Attendance Policy • Battle of the Websites: The Facebook vs. MySpace • Let's Talk About Sex • Staff Profile: Campus Safety Director Kim Taylor • Can You Climb the Wall? • Let's Party: The Unspoken Rules of Ursinus Nightlife • Opinions: The Black Spotlight, Or Why White People Like Me; Stress Can Affect Your Academic Performance; Down the Path; Another Glance at UC Fringe • Bears Terrorize McDaniel in OT • Bears Make Bullets Shoot Blanks • Rally Falls Short as McDaniel Beats Ursinus • Soccer Struggles Continue
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Wagner, Ali; Brooks, Bart; Helzner, Megan; Landis, Kerri; Perkins, Katie; Emery, Allison; Keck, Sarah; Smith, Tim; Budzowski, Elsa; Rudd, Shawntee; Givens, Lindsay; Graham, Michael; Ritter, Cindy; Longino, Adam; Harley, Darron; Zouande, Salia; Blidge, Percelia; Gonzalez, Sonia N.; Higgins, Ashley; Marcheskie, Dave; Guardiani, Karen; Pastor, Matthew; and Sulock, Eric, "The Grizzly, October 6, 2005" (2005). Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present. 696.
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